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Eisenbach Gap

by Lock 'n Load Publishing

Category: Board & War Games
Genre: War Game - Modern (1960 A.D. to Present)
Product Line: World at War
Author: Mark Walker
Publish Date: 2007
In Print: No
Condition: NM-    
Condition Note: 55% unpunched
NKG part # Mfg. part # Type Condition
2148267824 Boxed Game NM-

World at War simulates, on a platoon-level, the war which began May 12, 1985 when Junior Lieutenant Yuri Andromnivitch's T-72 sent a 125mm HE round screaming into the guard tower on the ridge at Dankmarshausen, ripping mortar from rebar and sending head-sized chunks of concrete tumbling into the red-roofed houses below. Units activate by chit draw and formation, fire in a flurry of dice, and look good doing it. The rules cover self-propelled mortars, thin-skinned vehicles, support weapons, ranged combat, opportunity fire, ATGM depletion, assault and overrun combat. Better still, World at War is not just a game, but also a game system. Learn Eisenbach Gap, and you can play any of the follow-on modules.

One hundred twenty eight (128) gorgeous die-cut 5/8" counters.
One professionally drawn, printed, and MOUNTED 17" x 22" map.
Six scenarios, 2 players' aid cards, and 4 dice.
A 16-page rule, scenario, and chart book.

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